Saving lives applies only to some as violent abortion methods approved as ‘health care’

During the much-debated lockdown in response to Covid-19, surgery classified as “elective” was postponed so that resources would be available for the anticipated influx of patients in public hospitals. But not abortion. Abortion “care” (as the proponents of this lethal…

Abortion an essential service as New Zealand locks down

Pregnant? Need help? Our Gianna's Choice pregnancy advocates are available to talk. Phone 0800 367 5433 or message 027 448 80 70. As New Zealand goes into lockdown for four weeks in order to halt the spread of Covid-19, only…

Peaceful, prayerful, effective 40 Days for Life vigil will bring hope to local communities this Lent

On February 26, the highly successful world-wide 40 Days for Life vigil returns to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch with 40 days of prayer and fasting, peaceful vigil and community outreach.  “Vigil participants are a sign of hope for the pregnant…

40 Days for Life: Be a sign of hope and help save lives

https://youtu.be/e6MtOM6pZ5U In the coming week people from all over New Zealand will participate in the largest ever world-wide 40 Days for Life.  40 Days for Life is a worldwide simultaneous prayer vigil that takes place outside local abortion centres with…

President Trump’s counter-cultural stand for life

This week, history was made when the President of the United States of America unapologetically defended the right to life of unborn children at the nation’s 47th annual March for Life in Washington DC. “I am truly proud to stand…

Abortion: Lives are at stake, we have to act

As a new decade begins, New Zealand awaits the report of the Abortion Legislation Bill.  Just a small number of politicians have been tasked with the responsibility of weighing the evidence presented. Tabled for Friday 14 February, the Abortion Legislation…

The philosophy behind a peaceful presence outside abortion centres

When a great tragedy occurs in a community, caring citizens often come together to grieve, pay their respects to the victims and to show support for those left behind.  Flowers are laid at the site and often candle light vigils…

Remembering Saint John Paul II the defender of life and family

“A society will be judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members; and among the most vulnerable are surely the unborn and the dying.” Address to the New Ambassador of New Zealand to the Holy See May…